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Seaks Never Forgets a Friend
Terry Seaks describes the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine as, “a place where miracles happen.” He’s felt this way for 25 years, since he and his late wife, Jane, brought their cat, Fluffy, to the NC State Veterinary Hospital, hoping to find a cure for Fluffy’s persistent dermatological problem. He tells how a clinician
N.C. Dogs Provide Clues About Dangerous Pathogen
A new NC State College of Veterinary Medicine study shines an ever-brightening light on Bartonella by taking a close look at the emerging pathogen’s presence in North Carolina. The study, published in the journal Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, creates an activity map of the pathogen Bartonella henselae through samples from dogs obtained between 2004 and
Toxic Algae Blooms Harmful to Pets
CVM toxicology professor Dave Dorman on what you need to know about toxic algae blooms: What are Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs)? Toxic algae that harm dogs and other animals are a bacteria known as cyanobacteria. An algae bloom occurs when conditions favor the growth of these bacteria. These conditions include warm weather, stagnant water, fertilizer